May 20, 2020
RIT Alumni Association is organizing webinars for the entire RIT Alumni community. This Wednesday the main speaker will be our alum, Mr. Zoran Pejović and will be talking about the implications of the COVID-19 pandemic on the travel and tourism industry.
Zoran Pejović is a hotelier, entrepreneur, public speaker, opinion writer and a world traveler, currently based in Croatia, with a hospitality career spanning two decades, three continents and all of the seas. Zoran graduated from RIT Croatia in 2004 with B.Sc. in Hotel and Resort Management, and has embarked on the M.Sc. program with RIT in Service Leadership and Innovation in 2016. He co-owns famed Wine & Cheese Bar Paradox in Split, best wine bar in the world 2019 as per Hideaway Report, and is about to open Maslina Resort maslinaresort.com/, a Relais & Chateaux luxury boutique hotel, on the island of Hvar, voted best island in Europe Conde Nast Traveler 2020, under his Paradox Hospitality umbrella. Zoran consults on number of hospitality projects, ranging from hotel conceptualization and development to crisis.
Webinar’s topic is Post Coronavirus Travel & Tourism – Some Predictions.
When: Wednesday, May 27th 2020 - 6:00 PM (CEST)
More information about the webinar is available HERE.
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